Financial assistance for the AuD and M.A. degree programs is available through a limited
number of graduate assistantships for first year students. Graduate assistantships
are awarded based on the applicant's academic credentials. These assistantships generally
include a monthly stipend in addition to a reduction in tuition fees. Additional assistantships
become available during the student's second/third year of study and vary according
to the funding source. There are no additional forms to fill out for financial assistance through the School.
Students will be notified by separate letter if they have been awarded a graduate
Financial assistance for Ph.D. students is available through both internal University
funding and through outside grant support to individual faculty members. Allocation
of internal funds is made during admission to the Ph.D. degree program. Outside funding
sources can be awarded at any time during the year. All accepted students are automatically considered for funding; a separate application
is not required.
For more information contact:
David J. Wark, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies